Richard Mallett Arts Management Ltd
We are a friendly, dynamic and socially-aware business based in London, with experience of working worldwide, specialising in the programming, planning
and producing of arts education events for people of all ages.
We work with leading professional arts practictioners and creative organisations across many art forms including music, drama, dance, design, visual arts, animation and much more.
Projects range from local grassroot activities to national events in major venues.
Our 'in house' production arm, RMAM Production Services, is also available to plan and manage site-specific events including concerts, galas and conferences.
We hope you enjoy our website. If you subscribe to our company ethos
of Bringing the Arts Back to Life and want to discuss a project or idea,
do get in touch.
T: 020 7021 0021; M: 07768 774 517;
"Thanks for asking us to be involved - it was a BRILLIANT experience and the children loved it. It has really helped their confidence!! We are now practicing the songs so that they can sing them to the rest of the school and to their parents - and they are taking it in turns to be Musical Directors!!"
Vera Jajechnyk, St John's Roman Catholic Primary School, Southwark
WATER CITY FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
On Sunday 19 February 2012, another 'sell-out' FUNharmonics Family Concert at the Royal Festival Hall
with the LPO conducted by David Angus.
The concert featured music by Oscar-winning composer, Miklós Rózsa, from
his original score to Zoltán Korda’s 1942 film, The Jungle Book, arranged into a suite for narrator and orchestra.
The concert was presented by Chris Jarvis of CBeebies 'Show Me Show Me' fame with
animations by Patrick Blower.
Watch out for the next FUNharmonics Family Concert on Sunday 13 May 2012 at the Royal Festival Hall
with the London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Valdimir Jurowski.
This concert is presented by Hannah Conway and includes music from the opera, The Cunning Little Vixen, by Czech composer, Leoš Janáček.
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WHAT THE RIVER SINGS / BBC MUSIC NATION
A special concert at The Chainstore, Trinity Buoy Wharf on Sunday 4 March devised by Tony Haynes as part of BBC's Music Nation weekend at the London 2012 Festival featuring Water City Festival Orchestra conducted by Rupert Bond and led by Michael Bochman, Grand Union Orchestra, Grand Union Youth Orchestra, Hackney Empire Community Choir, Eclectic Voices and Hackney Voices & Anima Acapella Group.
Photography (c). Elizabeth Nordern
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Michael Morpurgo narrated his book The Mozart Question at the Royal Festival Hall
on Tuesday 20 March accompanied by the LPO conducted by Nicholas Collon.
Two concerts played to a total of 4,000 secondary school students as part of the LPO Bright Sparks
school concert series supported by Deutsche Bank.
Immediately prior to these concerts, the LPO recorded The Mozart Question with Michael Morpurgo at
Abbey Road Studios for future release on LPO Records.
RMAM brought the initial project idea to the LPO resulting in a family concert in December 2010 with the LPO conducted by Vladimir Jurowski. We are delighted that the partnership between Michael Morpurgo and the LPO continues to grow and to have produced the recent concert for schools for the LPO.
EXCELLENCE IN SOUTHWARK
igospel@southwark 2012RMAM produced this inspiring concert for EIS on Thursday 22 March at St George's Cathedral, Southwark.
The concert featured a massed choir of 300 primary and secondary students from across Southwark and was
was led by igospel.uk under the artistic direction of David Levale.
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